- Summary: The sophomore effort for the English quartet includes two tracks produced by the legendary (and allegedly homicidal) Phil Spector, with the remainder handled by John Leckie and Danton Suppie.
- Record Label: EMI
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative, Britpop
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|Four To The Floor|
|With hand on heart, you right from the start You taught me to take my part No cross to bear, no reason to care My life was all up in air Four to the...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
FilterIf all goes well, people will forego the bad songs and concentrate on the really good ones, and Starsailor will get the message to go subtle and tight. [#8, p.102]
Alternative PressJames Walsh does have a beautiful voice, but unfortunately, it's not enough to illuminate Starsailor from the shadow of British bands like Travis and Coldplay. [Feb 2004, p.90]
UncutFalls into an identikit pattern of string-laden sentiment. [Oct 2003, p.120]
JaneRNov 28, 2003'Born again' lifted me from my not-another-weekday/career-crisis blues when it graced my shower radio with its presence- thankyou 'Born again' lifted me from my not-another-weekday/career-crisis blues when it graced my shower radio with its presence- thankyou starsailor-there is hope!… Expand
stefanossSep 27, 2003The best
WellOct 13, 2003This is my favorite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
stkOct 25, 2003expected more...still love them...
May 10, 2013It's unfortunate that Starsailor worked with Phil Spector to release a commercial album for American audiences. Instead of the minimalistIt's unfortunate that Starsailor worked with Phil Spector to release a commercial album for American audiences. Instead of the minimalist instrumentation present on the first release the structure of songs is more complex and the sound is grander and epic (particularly on Four to the Floor). Sadly the album falls flat on its face and the songs are generally quite boring despite the production of previously brilliant producers. Upon repeated listens however the album seems to improve, but its still a weak release from a great band.… Expand
JonBMar 2, 2004fairly boring, fairly one-paced, fairly uninvolving, buy the song silence is easy on single or download but don't bother with the whole album..
IanWOct 4, 2003A most forgettable CD, bought on the strengh of Silence is easy, the resto fthe album could have been improved by being that, silent.
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